is city of this fine Regiment has been noticed.
A majority of the companies composing the Second Regiment South Carolina Volunteers have been serving on Morris' Island since the breaking out of hostilities, and are therefore fully posted as to the duties of soldiers.
The following is a correct list of the Field and Staff officers:
James D. Blanding, Colonel; Duncan W. Ray, Lieutenant Colonel; John M. Steadman, Major; James H. Wisherspoon, Adjutant; Thos B. Francer.
Quartermaster; W. Edward Dick, Commissary; Robert L. Crawford, M. D., Surgeon; John J. B, ssaid, M. D., Assistant Surgeon; Rev. John N. Craige, Chaplain; B. W. Edwards, Sergeant Major; Robt. C. M. Fadden, Quartermaster Sergeant.
The ten companies comprising the command are officered as follows: Sumter Greys, D. W. Harrington, Captain; Hor vole Light Infantry, James L. Coker, Captain; States Nights Guard, Robert Adams, Captain; Kershaw Troop, E. B. Canty, Captain; Cowpeas Guards, William M. Foster, Captain; Clare